My wife would really like to get the Nintendo Switch when it comes out so I might buy it. I bought her the New Super Nintendo 3DS and she seems to play it quite a bit. It’s a nice piece of technology that is pretty amazing however, I stick to playing my PS4 Pro. The Switch appears to be able to play games on a TV and as a hand held device New Game System. Nintendo will hold some kind of live stream that explains more details of the system given the curiosity.
The price of the Nintendo Switch appears to be very reasonable as well for under $250. Gamers can play many of the traditional Nintendo games, however, I wonder if they will offer more. I hope that Nintendo will offer more than just merely their traditional games. I think having a good RPG, fighting and shooting video game will make the system very appealing.
Last night I stayed up doing some rehearsals for my parlor trade magic show. I actually had a good time doing the rehearsals with the peanut butter and jelly and toaster trick. The toaster trick involves the peanut butter and jelly jar trick so the routine really flows well together. This routine really does a good job of surprising the audience as well. I most certainly think that the people will find this routine very entertaining and amazing!
Tonight my plans are to rehearse the very beginning part of the show so that I capture the audience’s attention. I think having a good beginning is key to capturing the audience’s attention so that they will stop and watch the show. If you don’t capture the audience’s attention right from the beginning it will be tough to get them to watch. You don’t want to have that kind of problem.
William Davenport is a graduate of Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia and earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He is also a combat veteran of the Georgia Army National Guard serving a tour in Afghanistan from 2009-2010 with Operation Enduring Freedom in addition to a deployment to Bosnia Herzegovina with SFOR in 2001 as a NATO peacekeeper with Task Force Eagle. Currently, he is a professional magician offering trade show magic, children’s magic, close up magic, parlor magic and stage magic designed to entertain people of all ages. William is the manager of Davenport Magical Entertainment, L.L.C.